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A Fraternity Divided: How the Seattle University Chapter of Kappa Sigma Fell Apart Amid Allegations

A Fraternity Divided: How the Seattle University Chapter of Kappa Sigma Fell Apart Amid Allegations

March 12, 2020

Several allegations in the Kappa Sigma Seattle chapter ultimately led to the fraternity's breakdown. The former Kappa Sigma president,...

What is CSI’s LEED Certification?

What is CSI’s LEED Certification?

March 12, 2020

Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) is a globally recognized certification system for green buildings for their...

Jesuit Schools Fight For Divestment

Jesuit Schools Fight For Divestment

March 12, 2020

When Seattle University divested from fossil fuels in 2018, many saw it as a huge step in aligning the school with its Jesuit...

Bronson Cole Teaches Empathy to Build a Bright Future in Schools

Bronson Cole Teaches Empathy to Build a Bright Future in Schools

March 5, 2020

Bronson Cole is thinking about empathy just like everyone else. In a recent study by Road Map Project, results showed that although graduation rates are rising, nearly 2,000 South King County students leave high school without a diploma every year. Students ...

The Week in Review

The Week in Review

March 5, 2020

"Super Tuesday:" 14 States Vote for Presidential Party Nominee Super Tuesday, which had 14 states holding presidential pri...

SU’s Web of Dietary and Religious Accommodation Policies

SU’s Web of Dietary and Religious Accommodation Policies

March 5, 2020

Ash Wednesday ushered in the Lenten season last week. In the period of time between Ash Wednesday and Easter, Catholics around...

Stressful Registration Process for Students Leads to System Overhaul

Stressful Registration Process for Students Leads to System Overhaul

March 5, 2020

With the end of winter quarter fast approaching, many students at Seattle University were met with a myriad of issues when attempting...

Seattle University Prepares for COVID-19 Outbreak

Seattle University Prepares for COVID-19 Outbreak

March 5, 2020

After what seemed like a slow spread of the novel coronavirus—specifically the strain, COVID-19—as it came to Washington state...

Public Safety Eliminates Accessible NightHawk Services

Public Safety Eliminates Accessible NightHawk Services

March 5, 2020

The Seattle University Public Safety department has decided to discontinue their wheelchair-accessible NightHawk van service and...

Sanders Draws 17,000 for Rally at Tacoma Dome

Sanders Draws 17,000 for Rally at Tacoma Dome

February 27, 2020

With Super Tuesday less than a week away, millions of Americans across the country are gearing up to vote in their primary elections...

Local High School Teachers Allegedly Forced to Resign Over Sexuality

Local High School Teachers Allegedly Forced to Resign Over Sexuality

February 27, 2020

The Archdiocese of Seattle has placed the president of Kennedy Catholic High School on leave following protests and public outcry over the resignation of two gay teachers. The two teachers had allegedly been forced to resign as a result of their ...

Planning Committee Takes Steps to Find a New President

Planning Committee Takes Steps to Find a New President

February 27, 2020

Seattle University President Fr. Stephen V. Sundborg, S.J., officially announced his coming retirement in an email sent to the...

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